If you’ve experienced issues with Google’s Chrome browser freezing or becoming unresponsive after installing Microsoft’s Windows 10 April 2018 Update, you’re not alone. Microsoft has acknowledged the.
Microsoft is working to fix some device freezing and crashing issues with Google’s Chrome browser with the new Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The software maker was forced to delay rolling out its.
Now, in a similar scenario, a new Google Chrome bug has been spotted that reportedly freezes computers running Windows 10. The newly discovered bug, which acts as a tech support scam, causes Google.
Microsoft has suggested users affected with their systems locking up to try a workaround key sequence until it deployed a fix for the Chrome bug. Microsoft is working on to fix crashing and freezing.
If Google’s Chrome browser is freezing on you after you install the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, you’ll be please to know that Microsoft is on the case. On its community message board, the Redmond.
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New Chrome Bug Completely Freezes Windows Computers – A new bug affecting Google’s Chrome Browser has recently been spotted and reportedly uses up all of a computer’s resources on Windows 10, eventually causing the system to freeze up entirely. The.
Microsoft could push it back to make sure it fixes the freezing bug. Chrome has 62 percent of browser market share on desktops, according to Net Market Share, so even if they don’t use "Hey, Cortana,".
Microsoft just released its Windows 10 April 2018 Update, and some people who installed it are reporting freezing or hanging after launching Google Chrome. The good news: Microsoft is working on a fix.